My teenage cousin gave Grandma a bag of Easter candy without telling me. Grandma ate it all at one time and I didn't realize it until I found the empty bag a few hours later. She was acting kind of hyper and making various noises (sucking, talking, mumbling, etc.) for nearly 2 hrs straight. I couldn't even stand to be in the same room with her anymore. Overnight she went back to whimpering and groaning in bed (she hadn't been doing that for a month). She kept me up all night. She woke up at 4 am (4-5 hrs earlier than normal) and was acting extremely odd. She couldn't put on her pullup diaper or pants by herself. She was panicky about it. She said she couldn't get up/stand up (from the toilet), but she hadn't even tried yet. She said she couldn't walk from the bathroom to her recliner and was panicky about it. I had to grab a kitchen chair for her to sit in to take a break. She was hot which is very unusual. I assumed it was from the candy, sugar, and fat (perhaps heartburn - that makes me hot). She just kept saying "I can't, I can't" but she actually could. It's been over 24 hrs since she ate the candy, and she's better, but not normal. This is the fourth time that eating a lot of candy has caused a bad reaction, though this is the worst reaction and the most she's ever eaten. Her health is good for 92. She has high cholesterol, but is no longer taking medication for it. She has DVTs and is on Xarelto. That's it. No other health problems. Is there a reason sugar, chocolate, and saturated fat would cause this odd and crazy behavior? For the record, the candy she ate contained a total of 16 grams of saturated fat, 120 grams of sugar and the top ingredients were: sugar, semisweet chocolate, corn syrup, hydrogenated palm kernel oil, and peppermint oil. It contained 5 servings. There were no dyes or glutens.